Appendix:English nationality prefixes

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Nationality prefixes are prefixed combining forms relating to a country, nationality, ethnicity, or language, or — most often — to more than one of these. These prefixes are not always etymologically related to the current name. Many derive from Latin, so that Luso- forms words having to do with Portugal, Portuguese, or the Portuguese.

Nation Prefix
Arabia Arabo-
Armenia Armeno-
Australia Australo-
Austria Austro-
Belgium Belgo-
Bulgaria Bulgaro-
China Sino-
Croatia Croato-
Cyprus Cypro-
Czech Republic Czecho-
Denmark Dano-
Egypt Egypto-, Ægypto-
Finland Fenno-, Finno-
France Franco-, Gallo-
Germany Germano-, Teuto-
Greece Greco-, Graeco-, Græco-, Helleno-
Hungary Hungaro-
India Indo-
Iran Irano-
Ireland Hiberno-
Italy Italo-
Japan Japano-, Yamato-, Nihono-/Nippono-/Nippo-
Malay Malayo-
Mongolia Mongolo-
Netherlands Batavo-
Norway Norwego-
Poland Polono-
Portugal Luso-
Russia Russo-
Serbia Serbo-
Slovenia Sloveno-
Spain Hispano-
Sweden Swedo-
Switzerland Helveto-
Thailand Siamo-
Turkey Turco-, Turko-
United States Americo-
Area, Group, or Former Nation Prefix
Africa Afro-
Balkans Balkano-
Baltic Balto-
Celtic Celto-, Cymro-
Dacian Daco-
England Anglo-
Europe Euro-
European Union Euro-
Hurrian Hurro-
Iberia Ibero-
Istria Istro-
Jews Judaeo-, Judæo- Judeo-
Latins Latino-
Media Medo-
Native Americans Nativeamericano-
Persia Perso-
Prussia Prusso-
Rhaetians Rhaeto-, Rhæto-
Romani
Gypsies
Romano-
Scandinavia Scando-
Scotland Scoto-
Scythia Scytho-
Slavs Slavo-
Sparta Lacono-
Tibet Tibeto-
Ural Uralo-
Wales Cambro-, Cymro-